As of today, our long wait to get the Google Maps application back on the iPhone is finally over. Apple’s gamble of replacing a native mapping application with its own was widely panned as a huge failure. 216 more words
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A group of beekeeping groups has filed a challenge against the Environmental Protection Agency over its approval of the pesticide sulfoxaflor, which is highly toxic to honeybees. 227 more words
Robert W. Merry writes: Of all of Abraham Lincoln’s profound observations about politics and life, one in particular, uttered on September 2, 1858, in Clinton, Illinois, captures the essence of representative democracy: “You may fool all the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” This sprightly aphorism distills to its essence Lincoln’s belief that the collective judgment of the electorate is essentially sound—perhaps not in every instance or in whole, but over time it is sufficiently sound to protect the foundations of the nation. 1,297 more words
The fan behind Survivor 2299 has confessed that the site is a fake and that he ‘wanted to force Bethesda to reveal something’.
Did you fall for the Fallout 4 hoax? 310 more words